Modern Ethos

Home office interiors can combine the sensibilities of modern and minimalist style. Arrivae gets in touch with expert to gather tips that help you make this combination a big hit.

Client Expectation: Desired to have an office in the house.

Uniquely Yours Solution: Converted one of the bedrooms into office.

Architect Ashish Tank

What was the main highlight of the home office?

In a 5 BHK apartment, we converted one of the bedrooms into an office. The column of the walls was covered with marble and veneer was used for the carpet. Light beige travertine colour was the main colour scheme used and the wardrobe and storages had walnut veneer (American walnut) hues.

What was the theme followed for this project?

This home office is inspired by the modern theme and has features incorporated in the space that reiterates the theme. Readymade rectangle shape chandelier in glass is one of the focal points of the project. As far as furniture was concerned, the table top was in marble and on top of the marble we used clear glass. The storage under the table was also in veneer. This highlights the luxury quotient in the home office. The attached toilet in onyx marble was again another feature that reiterates the modern theme.

How did you decorate the home office?

A few artifacts adorn the walls in the home office. Since the client wanted a professional look and feel for the office, we kept the décor minimal and used vanilla onyx. We used an L-shape design concept for the home office. The front side had the main desk and storage was placed towards the side. On the right-hand side, there is cabinet storage. When you enter the home office, you will be welcomed with the customized table. The back wall has ceiling light (wall washers) and open shelf made in glass could be used to place precious items like certifications and medals.

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